II. A discourse concerning the large horns frequently found under ground in Ireland, concluding from them that the great American deer, call'd a moose, was formerly common in that Island: with remarks on some other things natural to that country

@article{MolyneuxIIAD,
  title={II. A discourse concerning the large horns frequently found under ground in Ireland, concluding from them that the great American deer, call'd a moose, was formerly common in that Island: with remarks on some other things natural to that country},
  author={Thomas Molyneux},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  volume={19},
  pages={489 - 512}
}
  • Thomas Molyneux
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
  • That nor real Species of Living Creatures is so utterly extinct, as to be lost entirely out of the World, since it was fist Created, is the Opinion of many Naturalists; and 'tis grounded on so good a Principle of Providence taking Care in general of all its Animal Productions, that it deserves our Assent. 

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